We've randomly selected and notified the sole winner of our recent collaborative promotion with Investintech.com to give one lucky Planet PDF enthusiast a license of the world's first server-based PDF extraction and creation software -- Investintech.com's Absolute PDF Server -- value at $7,500 USD. The lucky recipients are the team at Baylis Medical, located in Montreal, Canada.
Luc Desaulniers, Marketing and Communications Associate at Baylis Medical, was the stunned recipient of our winning email and shares Baylis Medical's immediate plans with the inclusion of Absolute PDF Server into their daily workflow:
"Absolute PDF Server will allow Baylis Medical to consolidate our Quality Control process in regard to our ISO CERTIFICATION, thus establishing secure PDF document exchange between our Manufacturing and R&D office located in Toronto, and our Corporate Head office in Montreal -- a process we are really looking forward to setting up. The use of Absolute PDF Server, will be a major leap towards efficiency in many workflow areas. It will facilitate the editing process of our marketing brochures, allowing our engineers to review data while our creative department works on layout -- reducing revision delays and improving final press production."
Investintech's executive vice-president Keith Bradbury points out: "Absolute PDF Server is the first server-based enterprise product to offer complete round trip PDF capabilities, that is, Absolute PDF Server extracts from existing PDF documents to other formats and then after editing permits creation of a revised PDF document. It is the only such product available anywhere."
"As well, there are no extra modules or add-ins to license. What you get is a fully featured product that can be used as much as needed per server for PDF creation and extraction, by anyone in your organization."
To learn more about Absolute PDF Server, visit Investintech.com online at http://www.investintech.com.
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